More Than Words
Helping Parents Promote Communication and Social Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
(Paperback)

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More Than Words presents a step-by-step guide for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder in an extensive, practical, and user-friendly format. Strategies are drawn from current research to help children develop more advanced communication skills, focusing on helping the child reach the following four goals: 1) improved two-way interaction, 2) more mature and conventional ways of communication, 3) better skills in communicating for social purposes and finally, 4) improved understanding of language. Wonderfully illustrated and with chapters divided into four color-coded stages of communication, this book was developed for The Hanen Program For Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Highlights Of More Than Words:
- How your child communicates and the next steps to take
- How your child learns best
- What motivates your child to communicate
- How to turn everyday activities into opportunities for learning to communicate
- How to use pictures and print to help your child's understanding
- How to talk so your child can understand you
- How to develop your child's play skills
- Why your child behaves in certain ways and what you can do about these behaviours
- How to help your child make friends

AuthorFern Sussman
BindingPaperback
EAN9780921145141
EditionIllustrated
FormatIllustrated
ISBN0921145144
Height1075 mm
Length825 mm
Width125 mm
Weight295 g
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages424
Package Quantity1
Product GroupBook
Publication Date1999-12-31
PublisherThe Hanen Centre
StudioThe Hanen Centre
Sales Rank366421

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